Every time I do script type, I learn something new.
about 1 year ago
What'd you learn in this case? Just curious.
Kind of hard to articulate, but I'll try. For example, next time, I'll get the angle of the loop ascenders (in the "t") to better match the angle of the straight ascenders (such as in the "h" and "d"). Also, you have to carefully plan out the width variation between thick and thin strokes ahead of time, and built the characters with that in mind. Lastly, I learned how to properly connect the characters for a really smooth transition. Again, it's still not perfect, but it gets better every time.
Ah, okay. So, this isn't an existing script font you're using than, it's custom script?
That is correct.
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